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SATURDAY, OCTOBER -23, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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HARRY GREB DIES AFTER NASAL OPERATION
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Pittsburgh Idol Had Fought More to go into training for another seige cisions 4 decisions lost, and 2 draws.
Thtan 300 Battles in Long Career of the ring. Greb, the only boxing His other bouts were no-decision en-
(By Associated Press) champion, ever turned out by this ,agements. During the war he served
PT BUGA oct. 22.-Deathcity, was the idol of sport followers. as a naval boxing instructor.
caimed the "windmill" of the prize Grb spent 13 years of intense ac- rb barred none in his fight to the
ring today when Harry Greb, of Pits- .tivity in the squared arena. Born top, frequently giving more than a
burgh, former middleweight champion 32 years ago in Pittsburgh, Greb first 50 pound advantage to his opponents.
of the world, succumbed in an Atlantic donned the gloves as a "prelim boy" Greb won the American light heavy-
City hospital after an operation for a under James "Red" Mason. From1 eight title from Gene Tunney in
broken bone in the nose. that time on until recent months he 1922 but lost it to the same boxer the
News of his studden death stunned had fought some 300 battles, won two Iollo ig year. Then he began his
Pittsburgh, for the boxer left here titles, and suffered but one knockout. drive for the middleweight champion-1
last Wednesday, claiming to be in 3ius record up to the close of 1925 ship, and despite predictions of ex-
good health and expressing a desire showed 44 knockouts, 42 wins on de-;pens that he could not make the
__weight, Greb trained down to Johnny
JWilson's size and in 1923 won Wilson's
crown.
During his widdleweight reign he
fought and won many battles, includ-
Plaque Demonstration nig one with Mickey Walker, then
welterweight king. He held his title
October 25, 26 27 until recently when Tiger Flowers,
O o r 6 2Georgia negro, dethroned him and then
L eat him in a return bout.
Marguerite Coe' from the F. G. Coover Co. With the exception of Jack Demp-

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store on these dates giving a Plaque dem-
onstration. Be sure to attend! New meth-
ods and ideas that make the work deridedly
interesting.

WENZEL'S
207 East Liberty

Isey, Greb fought practically every
leading light heavyweight and heavy-
weight of the day. His peculiar style
in the ring-constant bouncing and
windmilling of his gloves- caused
opponents no end of trouble. They
could not fathom this fast moving
athlete.
Greb's only trouble was his dislike
for the training grind and his man-
agers found it hard at times to keep
Greb busy on the road and in the gym
prim to important battles.r
G b is survived by a young daugh-
ter, his parents, and three sisters.

The placement kick has been almost
unanimously retained as the surest
point making medium after touch-
down, records revealing that only a
handful of eastern elevens are willing
to risk the attempt to drop kick, run-
ning with or passing the ball. The
chief exceptions are Navy and Ford-
ham which have been placing de-I
pendence for their points from touch-;
down in Hamilton and Graham, re-
spectively, both drop kickers.
Several of the leading placement
kickers have only one miss to their
credit. Wilson of Army, Carr of Syra-
cuse, Strong of N. Y. U., Madden off
Columbia, Wascolonis of Pennsyl-
vania, Shaughnessy of Colgate andI
Carrie of Cornell top the field for ac-.
curacy.
Carr has sent the ball across the
bar in eleven out of 12 chances, while
Wascolonis, Wilson and Madden all
have ten to their credit.
The march for touchdowns has been
so uniformly successful as to bring
very few points from field goals thus
far.
Of twenty seven leading, eastern
elevens, only seven have scored by this
method. Hamilton of the Navy leads
the east with four successful drop
kicks to his credit.
The annual intercollegiate cross-'
country race is scheduled for Nov. 22
over the Van Cortlandt Park course in
New York City.

LOST AND FOUND
EXCIANGED-Top coat by mistake
in lower study hall, general library.
Dial 4633. '23
LOST-A pair of black rosary beads
during Michigan-Minnesota game.
No intrinsic value, but a cherished
possession. Reward, Box 123.
22-23-24
LOST-Hill Auditorium, Oct. 8, blue
silk umbrella, dull amber handle.
Reward. Tel. 4358. 22-23
LOST-Man's pocket watch, Admiral,
on Ferry Field, Sat., Oct. 16. Re-
ward. Call Charlotte Stevens 7614.
21-22-23
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TILDEN RANKS
FOURTH AMONG
TENNIS STARS
NEW YORK, Oct. 21.-"Big Bill"
Tilden, dethroned after six years as
tennis king, believes he should rank
fourth in the world's "first ten" for
1926, trailing Rene Lacoste and Henri
Cochet, his French conquerors as wellj
as the young American, Vincent Rich-
\Ardls.
Basing his ranking "on the record,'"
here is how Tilden places the "first
ten" and why:
"1-Lacoste (no question). 2-
Cochet (no question). 3-Richards
(three wins to one from me and semi-
finalist in national singles. 4-Tilden
(won from Richards, Borotra and
Johnson). 5-(national singles wins
from Johnston and Richards). 6-
Alonzo (lost only to Lacoste, Richards
and me; defeated Harada after John-
son lost.) 7-Harada (wins from La-
coste, Cochet and Johnston, offset by
bad defeats.) 8-Johnston (his worst
season, saved only by Davis cup rec-
ord). Here is a case where record
must be taken instead of known abil-
ity He isabout two or three in abil-
ity: 9-Bud Chandler (his record is
good). 10-Brugnon, (or Howard
Kinsey, if ranked.)

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FOR RENT-Single or double room
in private'family. Garage. 312 E.
Ann St. 21-22-23

23-24-25
FOR SALE-Wemen's beaver coat
with raccoon collar and cuffs, sold
at a sacrifice. Call 3010.
22-23-24-25-26
FOR SALE-Ford roadster, late 1925:
five good tires and accessories;
good mechanical condition; ' cheap
for cash. Phone 4935. 22-23
FOR SALE-Essex four cylinder car;
ideal for student use. Price 35.00
Dial 22184. 603 N. Main St. 22-23-24
FOR SALE-Latest model Remington
Portable typewriters. A limited num-
ber of used portables. For free dem-
onstration phone 3489. 19eso.d.tf
WANTED
WANTED-Real live students, selling
proposition for Illinois game. Call
today at 603 Lawrence St., or Phone
8129. 23
WANTED-By faculty member, a mah
student to care for two boys. Occa-
sional afternoon from 3:30 to 5:30.
1057 Lincoln. Dial 21662. 23
WANTED-Work for board in frater-
nity house or restaurant. Dial 6292.
Ask for Chowdbury. 23-24-25
WANTED-Chem. Engineering student
for part time work. Apply any eve-
ning at 1115 S. University. 23-24-25
WANTED-Young woman or man to
get dinner and serve every evening
except Monday. Sunday at noon.
Dial 7267. 23-24
WANTED-Dressmaking and coat lin-
ing. Phone 7086 or call at 1336 Vol-
land. 22-23-24
WANTED-Two tickets for., Illinois
game. Will pay cash, or if desired
will exchange for Ohio seats. Hed-

"1ob" Zuppke..
Coach of the fighting Illini who will
make a desperate bid to avenge last
year's. defeat at the hands of the Wol-
verines this afternoon at Ferry field.
The Zuppke-Yost feud stands at three
wins apiece.
The edge in the series will be at
stake today.

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FOR RENT-Nice double front room;
private family; near State; garage.
801 Granger. Dial 21125. tf.

FOR RENT-One double
single room; warm and
N. Division, Phone 6521.

and one
light. 208
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Whether for dainty
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Our Fancy Cakes
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or equally delicious with ices.
Also Bread and Rolls-
delicious in flavor, rich in nutrition.
Special for Saturday only
Three large loaves of bread, 25c
Puri-Test Bakery
516 E. Liberty

Sunday, October 24
4:00-Reform services will be con-
ducted at Lane Hall. Rabbi
A. H. Finkelstein will speak
on: "Tailor-made Shadows."

rick at 7038.

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Opposite the High School
FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH
A Great Church
Doing a Great Work

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Corner Huron and -Division Sts.
Merle H. Anderson, Minister
lewis C. Reinann
Mrs. Nellie B. Cadwell
Student Secretaries
9:30-Student Class led by Dr. Al-
bert Hyma, Assistant Profes-
sor of History.
10:45-"What Makes Folks SingVI
Also five-minute talk by Eu-
gene Clarkson, Esq.
12:00-Open Forum on "Religious
Experiences in BrowningO by
Prof. R. 'D. T. Hollister.
5:30-Social hour and supper.
6:30-Young People's Meeting.
"Father" Iden will lead; sub-
ject, "The Value of Worship."

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
R. Edward Sayles, Minister
Howard R. Chapman, Minister of
Students
Sermon:
"THE INDIAN APPRECIATION
- OF JESUS"
by Dr. A. S. Woodburn
Professor of Ethics and Philosophy
of Religion, Madras Christian
College, Madras, India. Member
of the faculty of the Michigan
School of Religion.
10:00-Dr. Leroy Waterman will
meet a student class at the
Guild House to discuss "Sci-
ence and Religion in the
Bible."
12:00-A second student class will
meet at Guild House.

CONGREGATIONAL
CHURCH
Herbert A. Jump, Minister
Helen Rainsay, Student Director
10:45-"The Music from Afar."
4:00 and 8:00 P. M.-Motion pic-
ture services. Norma Tal-
madge in "Secrets."
5:30-Student supper and discus-
sion. "The Modern Idea of
Jesus." Kenneth Midgely will
play the marimbaphone at the
student hour and the evening
service.
Thursday, 6:00 P. M.-Supper in
honor of Rev. Harry Stock,
national studdht secretary of
' the Congregational churches.

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Help Michigan Beat Illinois With
A Del Prete Overcoat
Collegiate Tailored fud Designed-Extra Long

$25

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UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Huron
Sidney S. 'Robins, Ph.D., Minister
Sunday, October 24
10:45 A. M.
Morning Service
"The Monastic Urge."
5:45 P. M.
Candlelight Supper
6:30,
Professor Z. C. Dickenson
"Can Congress Help the Farmer"
"Freedom, Frankness, Fellowship."

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FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 South Division St.
10:30 A. M.-Regular mnorning ser-
vice, subject: "Probation After
Death."
11:45 A. M.-Sunday school follow-
ing the morning service.
7:45-Wednesday evening testi-
monial meeting.
The Reading room, 10 . and 11
State Savings Bank building, is
open daily from 12 to 5 o'clock,
except Sundays and legal holidays.

BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourth Ave. near Packard St.
9:00 A. M.-Sunday school.
10:00 A. M.-Regular morning ser-
vice. Pastor's subject: "Stuni-
bling-blocks in the Path of
the Kingdom."
11:00 A. M.-Germnan service.

ST. ANDREW'S
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Division and Catherine Streets
Henry Lewis, Rector
TWENTIETH SUNDAY AFTER
TRINITY
8:00 A. M.-Holy Communion (in
the Church).
9:00 A. M.-Holy Communion
(Williams Memorial Chapel,
Harris Hall).
10:00 A. M.-Student discussion
classes, Harris Hall.
11:00 A. M.-Morning prayer and
sermon by the Rev. Thomas
Harris.
6:00 P. M.-Student supper (Har-
ris Hall). Speaker: Charles
Morris of Oxford University.
4:00 to 6:00 P. M.-Open house
for students every Wednesday
afternoon in Harris Hall.

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WANTE --Four tickets for Illinois.
Taylor 5917. 22-23
WANTED--Freshman's light service
for room and $15 weekly. 1103 E.
Washington. Phone 63+65, after 7
p. m. 22-23-24
NOTICE
SUITS AND OVERCOATS-Very reas-
onable prices, tailored or ready-
made. We have a wonderful vari-
ety of patterns. Repairing also a
specialty. Beautiful fabrics for your
winter overcoat.
WILD THE TAYLOR
109 E. Washington
Phone 5069
BAND BOX CHOCOLATES
,75c and $1.00 per pound
Sold Exclusively on
the Campus at
SWIFT'S DRUG STORE
340 S. State
23-e.o.d. tf.
NOTICE
MANICURING AND MARCELLING.-
Phone 7086 or call at 1336 Bolland,
Ruth Goulder. - 22-23-24
FORD SALES AND SERVICE
1925 FORD ROADSTER, motor over-
hauled, good balloon tires, new
top, good upholstering.
TWO 1925 FORD COUPES, new rub-
erupholstering in god shape,
motor A-1.
1925 FORD TOURING, upholstering
good, motor A-1, and 5 balloon
tires.
FORDS-All kinds, bought at H. S.
Platt's Ford Sales and Service.
Are guaranteed for 30 days. -Come
in and look them over.
21-23
AMBITIOUS STUDENT? YES!
Mr. M. C. Dent, 128, -made $4.94 In
two hours last Wednesday after-
noon-his first week. Students
who need money, or -merely wish
business training will be afforded
every opportunity. Large national
manufacturer with local Branch
Office. Call or -phone.
209 S. State St., Suite 5. Dial 9592.
20tf
NOTICE-Hear all the latest Hits on
the Columbia at Allmindinger's. A
hot.new one The.Birth of the Blues.
Allmindinger's Music Shop, Mayn-
ard St. 19-21-23
EXPERIENCED piano and pipe organ
teacher. Emma Fisher Cross, for-
mer faculty member School of Mu-

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The well dressed man will wear a "Michigan" model suit
at the game. Why not you? Suits with extra trousers--

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atholic Students' ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH

Chapel '
Wyiliamn an'I Thonpson

Washington St. and Fifth Ave.
E. C. Stellhorn, Pastor
9:00 A. M.-Bible study.

CHURCH OF CHRIST
DISCIPLES
Corner Hill and Tappan
Kenneth B. Bowen, Minister
10:30-Morning worship. "A New
Heaven and a New Earth."
11:45-Bible School Students' Class

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ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Huron Streets
C. A. BRAUER, Minister.
Divine Services
October 24

-SPECIALS-
Gordon Slicker Lined Corduroy Coat .........................$9.50
Fancy Cut Wool Rose ......................................$2.00
Top Coats, Extra Long, Special Prices..,..............25.0-$30.00
"Paragon" Hats, Factory Guaranteed....... $5.00-$6.00
"Lucan" Pigskin Gloves ......................................$4.50
Fancy Silk Scarf, Latest Colors ..........................$25-$500
Latest Neckwear, Stripes and Figures .................$1.0 $2.50

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